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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ANAGING ASP EDITOR importer ;at, Kftvvs Dept. 1052 and delivered C months, 1 month, delivered DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES -PHONE: Advertising Circulation and Job. 1224 ...J3.00 by mail 6 months, by mail 3 months., by mail.......85c as desired, :'-i WEEKLY HERALD Cross Drug Book Store.. J. G. Robert- son Co., Johnston Jack- son, Alexandra Hotel, Peo- ples Drug Store. Co., R. W. Hamilton. Pincher J. Mitchell D. L. McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co. 'Fernis, B. BeaL THE DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT Cranbrookf B. Seattle Atchisoc. O. L. KelnecJca Grassy Dr. Tugham. Diamond Dr. D'Arc's Irag Store, Medicine L. M. Northam Vancouver, B. World Wide Minneapolis Brown Brown 219 4th St. Also on all C. P. R. trains. _ Manuel and Dowager Queen are going to England to live. :'eat Britain is the harbor or refuge or all the distressed whether nion- rchs or, peasants. Side Lights The republic of Portugal seems to just about an .established fact. lt'ine as quick worS and the bloodshed f :is small indeed. Half a century (bag at tie such a. revolution would hav' To Prevent Bagging these pant a leant-years of civil war. s working toward peace. Tlie world From Other Sanctums I tell .you how Before you go It ees-my own invention." Customer I'll ?ake them. 'Here is the money. What is your sit down." Victims cf High Tariff (Charlottetown (P.S.I.) Guardian) to the decade between a] >l they (the .Maritime Province' :ned in population, while in at Mai e following twenty years, under the I tana, they made a net gain majv Manners vs. Mannerisms There's a vast difference between mannerisms. For in- takes its soup softly These figures auutc cf the exrent to which the Mart- ?Q Were by.the The Sights in Calgary (Calgary Herald) We saw the first nobble skirt yes- stutters "Slip 'Parss the buttah, mannerism iites a i piece of bread aud me the grease will -the man died eating watermel- someone said to Brother Dickey. he said, "Providence Betimes puts us in oaradise befo' we gits in width> of ______ "lil-v ancestors caaie over in the dress just below the knees ty seconds the lady was at In the SELLfNS GOODS ON SUNDAY ontinual Sunday school session'and -o "V tfeai Chinese restaurant and btIT restaurants are fceeclnsr osen on lllere 7 U1 .Sunday for more tHan the business j sorc -of supposed to do on dm dav. It is said.that.it is BO uncommon oi- carrence to see children on Sunday Archie is White Advertiser) A. J. the telegram received by Mr. Pat- the morning is a white man. Each prisoner nSon. common also to see toe-children leave isS d come away with it.. This ing .was. stopped once and it was stopped again. It .this way and in ad-i cost ?1'20 a tf: of misappro-j substituted for .Protit of SlOO a year, advocated substituting, A, tte jail-are no longer accused w pathizmg m-tb crime afe enough to quote statistics. "That's nothing; my father descend- ed from an aeroplane." believe that a should get a man's Married judging from my own experience does." "Have you 'noticed, my friend, how many fools there are on earth." and there's always one more than, you think.'1 Want Unimproved We have and Arrow Lake Fruit Lands Easy terms of per acre down and acre per month until paid d Freeman Lethbridge Hotel Block you "Do.you think we can hang the asked the defendant "If we .-replied his attorney3 "the Jury will liang you." THE MINNESOTA CALAMITY is no Jn sympathy to the stricken I 1S as Northern Minnesota and to VjT not taoVn. to tte nver rroia -the burned -r-' towns. The situation's truly a heart-U teaches a. great les- reGding.one. -fivery other similar that .it has demonstrated .seems 10 sale into insignifi- i Q? proper forest ranging. oreds-of lives lost 'and 'l- there "aothint ....thousands made homeless. Many iLjBot is a possibili- have .lost everything ,-ter- years of hard labor. hewins a iiome for themselves out of the forest The, losses by the large lumber com-1 Pames are very severe but 'thev Setter able to stand their losses" than are. the coor homesteaders. is a time for practical pathy and every municinalitv of two countries should freely render .-assistance to syia- bold mn its assuming such Proportions. -It could if the-forest was Properly, cared for be stopped wiii-le and 'before it got its overwhelm- The of the Poorly Paid Parsons CBranc'on Sun) The. country clergyman- usually eon- two services each Sunday be- sides superintending the Sunday and sometimes travelling 9Q or 30 miles for services, in remote dis tncts. The old-time preacher thought nothing of doing; this, reject- ed salaries -would have, been tor .times hare .''changed- ihere is as much-self-sacnSc0' aevotion now as ever, 'but the hard of living today interpose obsta- cles not easily .surmounted. Women i ana children must bs clothsd and yes, you can, run in debt.'' can't do anything You can. "Yes, son." "Where -do the mumps and meas- les go when I-haven't got "Her cooking .school habits are good .deal, -of bother to ;me." "How "She always'wants me to taste the, gasoline when- the automobile isn't ig right" THE LETTER BOX Has been laid out upon a scale worthy of the city's future. It wffl be the choicest part of the city. Without Interest and Without Taxes "DRY 5 Slloujd adequate, forest ranging and Spint> that To a sma11 CmmUles the-v tiiiu. and even ministerial does ,fKot Jast forever. There is a food of as that-of the year does not bay '.any too. much of it "in thes x, or Aew roife Sun, the. Hon. Vivian Lewis, republican candidate for governor of New Jersey, is the BUGABOO of THE Edmonton Journal questions, the system'it is just as the wisdom of bringing the Dry j ten aiach easier to farm arming. Congress and Exposi-pag methods than it is i Alberta and says: ('aid farming methods with its tile I "The very name dry farmins is and olher laborious and gestive of a country where the rain- i Phases. .--._ gra.n There is this to consider also that under unusual iLlle rai5ed on dry land is of a cultivation, and to asso-1much quality than that raised i with any such" under conditions When is undoubtedly a mistake. j Banner has farmed any-iength of time The.re is no mistake about D0til svstems, .he almost Wrii 1 exhibit inSpofeane. but th-e big-est i to ferm dry iaad i tie exhibit should be work is easier and the rainfall in various Alberta fre better and more pro- m the past ten years, 6 IJL almost everr Me viil'LUPf3 oj pnes of produce grown i The ta-mzin. o, the Dry Fanain out the aiS of dry farming methods posslblv ha ve over the wo-ld -f, i It is admitted that there are some io AJlierta win be the b- jarts of Alberta which have just boost an agricultural stan! a season of drought, anj Thing lea-ds to the belief the conditions which prevailed in a'bs 22d Banners of -liberta very siann nf ____- hara, f will one lor To bring the dry farm congress next year or any other year to Vi-! would be to leave room for the I observer or reader to pre-1 that this is a dry farming v-hereas .'ber and whereas the driest season that ever been experienced here would iu districts that e results of experiments Journal wants to r the value of the Congress let Colorado Springs next Octo- WISP rto prejudice against the term rounded and foolish. 'ing crops where Jupiter piu-i- is a stranger for isanv ?V time every the fact that the of western Canada is a -dn-fann- ln? country, it is nothing to ogize for either, w men understand is un- pry fanning is th-. .conditions m three-quarters of West ern Canada and it is the system that .1, of Ws country want to